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Help Identifying a frame

limb0limb0 Posts: 51
edited May 2018 in Vintage bikes forum
Hi I've been trying to Identify the frame on this bike but with no luck.

The serial is on the seat tube at the top on the side of your left leg and says - 01/107003C
Underneath the BB it says - 519
and next to that it says - Page 2080

Any ideas would be great,

https://imgur.com/gallery/FvYyGOP

Many Thanks
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  • drlodgedrlodge Posts: 4,824
    No idea, but it doesn't look like anything "special" to me.
    WyndyMilla Massive Attack | Rourke 953 | Condor Italia 531 Pro | Boardman CX Pro | DT Swiss RR440 Tubeless Wheels
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  • limb0limb0 Posts: 51
    I'm trying to sell it but all I keep getting asked is 'what make is the frame' and without knowing no-one is interested. I'm just after some indication to help me sell it! Been sat in the garage for years as it's just a bit too large a frame for me.
    If you aren't living on the edge, then you're taking up too much space.
  • fenixfenix Posts: 5,437
    Looks pretty industrial to me with the welding underneath the BB.
  • drlodgedrlodge Posts: 4,824
    fenix wrote:
    Looks pretty industrial to me with the welding underneath the BB.

    Exactly...probably a bog standard steel frame. So a "no brand" frame.
    WyndyMilla Massive Attack | Rourke 953 | Condor Italia 531 Pro | Boardman CX Pro | DT Swiss RR440 Tubeless Wheels
    Find me on Strava
  • fenixfenix Posts: 5,437
    You say the frame is a bit big - you seem to have a high stem on it though ?

    I'm sure it's a fine ride but I can't see anyone paying much for it.
  • limb0limb0 Posts: 51
    Thanks for the replies, the stem was up high from when the last person test rode it, the heights not too much of a problem it's the reach to the brakes.

    But anyway thanks all again
    If you aren't living on the edge, then you're taking up too much space.
  • keef66keef66 Posts: 13,286
    Stick some flat bars on it? Mind you, that would need flat-bar shifters and brake levers, and cost more than it's worth.

    You need to find somebody gangly in need of a cheap and cheerful commute / pub / station bike
  • Monty DogMonty Dog Posts: 20,614
    Mass-produced hi-tensile steel frame - the plate under the BB is for a kickstand.
    Make mine an Italian, with Campagnolo on the side..
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